Khloé Kardashian says it was “easy” working with French Montana. The 30-year-old began dating the rapper shortly after her split from husband Lamar Odom. She made her music video debut in French’s video Don’t Panic, which was released earlier this month. “It was great. It was easy. It was like I didn’t even realize it was [work],” the reality TV star told People magazine. “We were just having fun. It didn’t seem that serious – we were just comfortable hanging out. He’s a great talent.” Video directors Eif Rivera, who has worked with Diddy, 50 Cent and Birdman, and Spiff TV, who is the head of A&R at Rick Ross’ Maybach Music, also worked on Don’t Panic.
‘It didn’t seem that serious – we were just comfortable hanging out’
French previously told MTV News he encouraged Khloé to do more acting after seeing the way she performed in his video.
“It was my first music video so I didn't do a lot of acting," the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star explained to People. "I did a lot of posing. Being in a music video you're more like posing, so I was good with that."
Khloé is said to have been very involved on set, even casting her fellow video models. A source told MailOnline Khloé “kept insisting” one girl “resemble” her sister Kim or Kourtney and one resemble her friend Malika. Apparently Khloé eventually got her way.
"She got nearly perfect matches of [the] girls. This girl looked exactly like Malika and the other looked exactly like Kim," the source said.
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